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==Spin-off show== After the end of ''Daria'', a pilot script was written for a spin-off starring the band. ''Mystik Spiral'' was originally reported to be in production in at least one article about "[[Is It College Yet?]]", but then the closure of [[MTV Animation]] was announced. The script wasn't seen until it was included on the ''Daria'' DVD boxset. The pilot involved the band being conned by Max's brother into moving into a rundown house in the "cool town" Mirage, where they might hit the big time. The style of humour shown was different to ''Daria'', lacking a sarcastic 'straight man' character and with some more surreal gags (Jesse managing to turn his new room into the exact same tip as his old one). It featured no ''Daria'' characters (outside of Spiral) and instead introduced new ones; whether it would have later shown any older ones (or at least Jane) at some point is unknown. Trent's voice actor [[Alvaro J. Gonzalez]], [http://www.sh33pie.com/ajg.htm in an interview with the Sheep's Fluff], said the show would have had the band "embark on a cross-country tour shedding riffs and experiencing all that life on the road has to offer". Some new running gags and facets were introduced for the band members, such as Jesse turning out to be somehow capable of attracting girls with ease. Gonzalez also thought the spin-off would show whether Trent and the others really ''did'' just need a chance to be successful. [[Glenn Eichler]] said in 2010 that "my only regret is that I never got to hear 'Incontinent Love' set to music". For a specific synopsis, see [[Mystik Spiral pilot episode]].
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